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What makes a plastic surgeon the best?
Doing research can increase a patient’s chance in finding the best doctor. The number one key factor in being the greatest, is certification.  Look for:
American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC)
The Joint Commission
American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgical Facilities (AAAASF)
Medicare Accreditation

Texas has some of the brightest plastic surgeons this nation has to offer.
Austin Metroplex
Dr. Mahlon Kerr
Dr. Fred Wilder
Dr. Ashley Gordon
Dr. M. Scott Haydon
Dr. Caridi
Dallas Metroplex
Dr. Steve Byrd
Dr. Sacha Obaid
Dr. Denton Watumull
Dr. Vasdeve Rai
Dr. George A. Toledo
Houston Metroplex
Dr. Camille Cash
Dr. Paul Vitenas Jr.
Dr. Russsell Kridel
Dr. Steve Hamilton
Dr. Henry Mentz
Dr. Lisa Santos
Dr. Angela Strum

Dr. Jennifer L. Walden
Once a New York City doctor, Dr. Jennifer L. Walden relocated back home to Texas to offer her celebrity endorsed services. Dr. Walden is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, an active member of both, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and American Society of Plastic Surgeons. She currently serves on the board of directors and is the commissioner of communications for ASAPS.

Aside from her many accomplishments, Dr. Walden has been mentioned in Bazaar Magazine as one of Bazaar’s Hot List: 24 Doctor on the cutting Edge. However, she owns her own certified Medical business and has been published in Texas Super Doctors for two years running (2014-2015). Dr. Walden’s medical practice offers spa treatments and surgery.

Yeonmi Park’s Tale of Survival and Finding New Hope

Yeonmi Park now enjoys life, living in Seoul, South Korea. She is in her early 20s and is already a well-known public speaker. When Yeonmi was 16 years old, she had lived a life that much of the western world only see depicted in a film. Yeonmi is a defector from North Korea.

Yeonmi was born in 1993, during the heart of a terrible famine and under the rule of the Kim dynasty. She lived in Hyesan with her parents and older sister, enjoying the modest life of an average North Korean girl. The Kim dynasty ruled the land with a hard fist, subjecting the country to great oppression.

“It was dark a lot,” Yeonmi recalled on Daily Mail. “There was, and remains, a single television station that is operated by the regime. We had no running water in our home, and we were often starving. We were once given a single bag of rice to feed three of us for an entire month.”

Yeonmi’s parents made the decision that the family would flee to China. Her father was arrested and imprisoned before plans were complete. Eunmi, Yeonmi’s older sister, fled before Yeonmi and their mother. The remaining two members of the Park family fled with the hired assistance of human smugglers, paid to guide them.

Yeonmi’s mother was extorted shortly after arriving in China. One of the guides threatened to reveal that the Parks were in the country illegally if Yeonmi did not have sex with him. Her mother intervened, offering herself in place of her 13-year-old daughter.

Years later, Yeonmi and her mother fled China. They made their way from China into Mongolia and from there managed to reach South Korea. The two since learned the true meaning of freedom and compassion.

“We did not know these things before leaving North Korea,” Yeonmi said on The Reason. “There are so many things that exist that we did not even have words to describe. We only knew what the regime allowed us to know. I grew up believing that Kim Jong-un could read my mind.”

Yeonmi wrote a memoir about her ordeal and speaks at human rights conventions around the world.

 

 

 

Bruce Levenson Supports Much More Than Basketball

It has been 10 years since Bruce Levenson engineered buying the Atlanta Hawks, a baseball team then owned by Ted Turner. He became the majority stockholder of the group that he organized to buy the team. He led the same group to also buy the Phillips Arena, the Hawks’ home stadium. Then they bought a hockey team: the Atlanta Thrashers. The group decided to sell the Thrashers in 2011. Forbes billionaire Bruce Levenson is the Hawks team manager and is also on the NBA Board of Governors.

Back in 1997 Bruce Levenson was honored by being inducted into the Software and Information Industry Association’s Hall of Fame. He once advised BIA Digital Partners, providers of private equity. He also started TechTarget, was on the Newsletter and Electronic Publishers Association’s (NEPA) Board of directors. They continue today as a private firm that has expanded into several industry and commerce sectors. New areas include energy, healthcare, computer technologies, telecoms, and mortgage banks. They are responsible for the mobile app GasBuddy.

Raised in a well heeled Jewish family in Chevy Chase, Maryland, Bruce Levenson worked as a reporter for the Washington Star to pay his tuition at American University. He graduated with a law degree. With his friend, Ed Peskowitz, he co-founded the United Communications Group (UCG). Their first effort was the production of the Oil Express newsletter. It covered the happenings and statistics of the oil industry. Along with this effort, they also bought some other newsletters. These they grew into the Oil Price Information Service (OPIS), managed by UCG as a private oil index.

The US Holocaust Museum was founded by Mr. Levenson and he also contributes significantly to the Bringing the Lessons Home education program managed by the museum. Many youth, including from the city’s most disadvantaged, have benefited from this program to become knowledgeable museum guides. He is so committed to several Jewish causes because his grandmother was a Nazi Holocaust survivor of World War II. He is the primary support for the Jewish Federation, BBYO dor young Jewish-Americans, Birthright Israel, and the Jewish Youth Philanthropy Institute. He has also stepped up in his philanthropy to head up the Community Foundation of Washington, D.C., Hoop Dreams Foundation, and the Washington D.C. chapter of I Have A Dream Foundation.

 

 

Flavio Maluf Is The Man Behind Eucatex Success

Eucatex is one of the largest wood products manufacturers in the world. The company, which started in 1951, uses raw eucalytus as a staple of its products. Eucatex began its operation primarily producing soft boards. Shortly after its inception, the company started manufacturing tiles and panels. Within 15 years, Eucatex went international and began exporting its products overseas. As Eucatex continued to grow exponentially, the 1980s ended with the company exporting to over 50 companies and splitting into 4 categories: Forrestry, wood, metallic and mineral.

The man behind the company’s extraordinary success is Brazilian business magnate Flavio Maluf. After receiving a mechanical engineering degree, he took a job with Eucatex in 1987. Maluf worked with the family company in several different areas and quickly moved up the management chain. By 1996, he was the lead manager of the industrial section. By 1996, he uncle, who was also Eucatex’s president, invited him to become part of the executive board of the Eucatex Group.

After several years of success under Maluf’s guidance, he was named president in 1997. One of his first initiatives was to revamp the company’s image and begin a new line of products. By 2010, the international market had grown to over 100 countries. Eucatex launched an operation in Salto, under the leadership of Maluf. As Maluf describes it, failure isn’t in his vocabulary. Flavio has spoken up many times about education, but he’s also been called upon for analysis of major business dealings like chemical mergers.

Now that Eucatex has celebrated its 65 years in existence, the company continues to be a global leader. The company is environmentally conscious and manufactures in a way to preserve the environment. The company now employs over 2,000 people and has manufacturing operations in Brazil and Argentina.

Sisterhood in the Soap Kingdom–Queens of Drama

In episode one of Queens of Drama, veteran soap actor Lindsay Hartley comments on the lack of roles for older women, older meaning out of ingénue age range. She is visited by her Passions co-star Chrystee Pharris, who is tired of getting “sidekick” roles, as she has distinct and creative ideas about the types of roles she would like to play.

At a networking party, the two friends meet up with Instagram celeb Crystal Hunt, who rocked the screen in soap roles such as Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light and Stacy Morasco in the hit soap opera One Life to Live. In both of these roles she plays a girl who is up to no good, and will do whatever it takes to get what she wants. She does not make a favorable impression on the two “Psssions” stars as she insults Lindsay about her going out for older character roles. This could be the beginning of a beautiful collaboration or the making of “frenemies” for life.

Once General Hospital and Las Vegas star Vanessa Marcil is added to the mix, the conversation takes a more constructive turn, with all of the women agreeing that there is a shortage of quality roles for women and that they have some ideas of the types of roles they would like to play. Vanessa confides that if a project is going to take her away from her child and her farm, it’s going to have to be fun.

After getting an audience with the big queen, Donna Mills, they have a table meeting attended by The Bold and The Beautiful star Hunter Tylo, at the request of Donna Mills, and the group realizes that this project may be more difficult than they thought to get off the ground. Ideas are pitched and squashed and emotions naturally begin to run high.

Not only is the premise interesting, but the characters drive this show with their range of personalities. Although Crystal has done tons of interviews where she refers to them as her friends as she introduces them to Vanessa. They have a common purpose and the strength of talent and experience to make a primetime project happen, the question is if their different styles and personalities will get in the way?

Crystal Hunt has also been on the big screen, in hit movies such as Sydney White, The Derby Stallion, and most recently Magic Mike XXL. She grew up in front of the eyes of soap fans, who are cheering for her and the other daytime drama favorites to succeed.  Crystal Hunt has a massive Facebook fan page following, and can be found interacting with her fans online.

There are only four soap operas left on television, and fans of this enthralling genre are excited to see soap actors back in the spotlight.

Ross Abelow’s Fundraiser to Help Save Homeless Animals

Diving head first into the new year is New York City lawyer, Ross Abelow, with his fundraising attempts to get homeless animals out of the frigid cold and into the warmth of the city’s animal shelters. On January 13th, 2016, Abelow started his GoFundMe campaign with the goal to raise $5000. During the winter months, the temperatures dip down to dangerous levels, with chances of wind chills making the ‘real feel’ temps unbearable. The money will not only give the shelters more assistance in getting these homeless animals into their shelters, but also lend a hand with expenses such as: food, medical care, blankets, and other items to make these vulnerable animals feel cared for and comfortable. Ableow’s ultimate goal will be to lower the number of animals left to defend for themselves on the streets and raise the number of animals kept safely in New York area shelters, preventing unnecessary animal deaths.

Ross Martin Abelow is no stranger to the New York City area. He completed his undergraduate degree at the State University in New York at Albany. Continuing on his education in 1989, he graduated from Brooklyn Law School with his law degree. Quickly after that he became licensed to practice law in New York in the year 1990. His career has since been centered on the practice areas of matrimonial law, family law, commercial litigation, and entertainment law. Now, after 26 years of hard work and defending clients, Abelow is now a partner at the law firm, Abelow & Cassandro, Llp.

Keeping a strong presence online, Abelow stays active writing legal articles for many blogs, as well as running his own personal blog that talks about financial and legal matters. In addition, Abelow regularly updates his other sites, like Facebook and Mashable.

Ross Abelow’s fundraiser is set up through the site GoFundMe. More in-depth information about the fundraiser can be found at its personal GoFundMe page. To get in touch with Ross Abelow for any questions about becoming a donor or any additional questions about the fundraiser in general, he can be contacted directly through the site.

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